By: Mohammad Ghaderi

Negative balance; Afghanistan's rescue

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TEHRAN, Aug. 26 (MNA) – Iran's neighboring country Afghanistan has lang been engulfed with war and destruction but maybe it's time to change the power balance.

A positive balance in the concepts of international relations and foreign policy is a policy that less powerful states give ways and credit to more powerful countries in return for a privilege, while reassuring equal distribution of credits between the powerful countries to keep them both pleased.

The policy had precedent in the history of Iran before the Islamic Revolution, when the Qajar and Pahlavi dynasty continued to give credits to the then two powerful states, Russia and England, simultaneously.
History, of course, tells us that the adoption of such a policy has not only had any effect on controlling the insatiable appetite of colonial powers, but also failed to secure and safeguard the national interests.
This has happened to our Afghan brothers for many years, while the adoption of such policy over the years has not had the slightest impact on the improvement of the situation in the country.
An overview of the current situation in different parts of Afghanistan suggests that damages caused by years of conflict and combat with foreigners and their mercenaries on the territory of the country largely deprived the nation of its will and ability to recover quickly.
That's precisely why countries like the United States are allowed to intervene in various countries like Afghanistan.
In any case, the new generation looks more than ever willing to revive its intrinsic capabilities and is determined to rebuild a livable and independent Afghanistan, an issue that I was deeply touched by when I travelled to Afghanistan a few months ago. and saw Kabul up-close and personal.
Accordingly, what can be done more than anything else to meet this need of the eastern neighbor of Iran is to look inside and adopt a negative policy in their foreign policy, a policy that can be the strongest response to the interference of foreigners, especially the United States to take their hands off Afghanistan.

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